Arabian Nights, a Kissimmee-based dinner show, is celebrating its 25th anniversary and introducing a new show called "The Royal Celebration."
"We've created an all-new experience, including several spectacular new acts which compliment the favorites that our guests have loved for decades," says Mark Miller, Arabian Nights' owner. He says it's the second complete revision of the show and the first one in 14 years.
Horses continue to play a key role in the show. Along with its famous Al-Marah Arabian horses, there are another 12 breeds, including American Quarter horses, Belgian draft horses and Percherons.
"Our new show also highlights all styles of riding, including the kind of Circus acrobatic riders and other specialties that are rarely seen anymore," Miller says.
In "The Royal Celebration," the audience participates in the arranged marriage of the leaders of two tribes. The rivals unite after Princess Amirah and Prince Raswan come together through their shared passion for Arabian horses. The show also features new costumes, music and interior decor.
For more information, go to arabian-nights.com.